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Lake Toba (Indonesian: Danau Toba) in North Sumatra is a large, deep highland lake. The water is very clear, and the surrounding population density is low, by Indonesian standards, but litter is a problem, and water pollution supports the growth of water hyacinths, which form miniature floating "islands" in the lake and surround the shore in some areas.
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